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XV-1

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It seems more and more, water cooler gutter agenda driven journalism with zero facts is part and parcel of the NRL.

From the Mole today. LOL. Tigers not interested as Schuster has ZERO interest in leaving Manly.

Another waste of space story on Flanno junior.

Manly are battening down the hatches for a player raid from the Tigers - but the jewel in their crown is safe.

With highly-regarded recruitment manager Scott Fulton switching from Brookvale to Concord, the Sea Eagles are rightly worried that he will set his sights on several Manly young guns.

It was Fulton, a man with a great eye for junior talent, who spotted many of Manly's current crop of youngsters and he has a close relationship with them.

But the rising player the Sea Eagles most fear losing - utility Josh Schuster - is not in the Tigers' sights.

"He goes okay but we don't think he is a good fit for us," a Tigers source told Wide World of Sports.

"We do have our eyes on a few others though."


 
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robbiea

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A pair of talented brothers at the Dragons could be lost to the club next season.

Haele Finau, a 22-year-old hooker, and Sione, a 20-year-old wing/centre, are both Melbourne juniors.

They played their entire careers in the Storm system, shining with Easts Tigers in the Queensland Cup last season, before moving to the Dragons this year in the NSW Cup.

It's believed the Sea Eagles, with not much depth at number nine, are looking at Haele, while several clubs have shown interest in Sione.
 

The Who

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A pair of talented brothers at the Dragons could be lost to the club next season.

Haele Finau, a 22-year-old hooker, and Sione, a 20-year-old wing/centre, are both Melbourne juniors.

They played their entire careers in the Storm system, shining with Easts Tigers in the Queensland Cup last season, before moving to the Dragons this year in the NSW Cup.

It's believed the Sea Eagles, with not much depth at number nine, are looking at Haele, while several clubs have shown interest in Sione.
I find it difficult to believe that The Storm would let the rarity of two local products leave their system if they were any good.
 

Seagles68

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It seems more and more, water cooler gutter agenda driven journalism with zero facts is part and parcel of the NRL.

From the Mole today. LOL. Tigers not interested as Schuster has ZERO interest in leaving Manly.

Another waste of space story on Flanno junior.

Manly are battening down the hatches for a player raid from the Tigers - but the jewel in their crown is safe.

With highly-regarded recruitment manager Scott Fulton switching from Brookvale to Concord, the Sea Eagles are rightly worried that he will set his sights on several Manly young guns.

It was Fulton, a man with a great eye for junior talent, who spotted many of Manly's current crop of youngsters and he has a close relationship with them.

But the rising player the Sea Eagles most fear losing - utility Josh Schuster - is not in the Tigers' sights.

"He goes okay but we don't think he is a good fit for us," a Tigers source told Wide World of Sports.

"We do have our eyes on a few others though."


That's hysterical. Josh comes out and says up yours Scott and Tigers so some Tigers "source" comes out and says we don't want him, he wouldn't fit in. We do have eyes on other though .......... until they tell us to shove it as well. We can always offer up a couple.
 

Kalvin

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It seems more and more, water cooler gutter agenda driven journalism with zero facts is part and parcel of the NRL.

From the Mole today. LOL. Tigers not interested as Schuster has ZERO interest in leaving Manly.

Another waste of space story on Flanno junior.

Manly are battening down the hatches for a player raid from the Tigers - but the jewel in their crown is safe.

With highly-regarded recruitment manager Scott Fulton switching from Brookvale to Concord, the Sea Eagles are rightly worried that he will set his sights on several Manly young guns.

It was Fulton, a man with a great eye for junior talent, who spotted many of Manly's current crop of youngsters and he has a close relationship with them.

But the rising player the Sea Eagles most fear losing - utility Josh Schuster - is not in the Tigers' sights.

"He goes okay but we don't think he is a good fit for us," a Tigers source told Wide World of Sports.

"We do have our eyes on a few others though."


Hoping they have their eyes on: harper, Tuipulotu, Johns, tuilagi, aloai, Boyle etc
 

tookey

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You only have to watch 360 for 5 minutes to realise people like Kent and Rothfield are absolute dribblers and talk absolute **** 99.9% of the time

Even worse if you know what Kent gets up to on Friday nights at his local hotel

Ask Heighinton's father what he thinks of Kent
 
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It seems more and more, water cooler gutter agenda driven journalism with zero facts is part and parcel of the NRL.

From the Mole today. LOL. Tigers not interested as Schuster has ZERO interest in leaving Manly.

Another waste of space story on Flanno junior.

Manly are battening down the hatches for a player raid from the Tigers - but the jewel in their crown is safe.

With highly-regarded recruitment manager Scott Fulton switching from Brookvale to Concord, the Sea Eagles are rightly worried that he will set his sights on several Manly young guns.

It was Fulton, a man with a great eye for junior talent, who spotted many of Manly's current crop of youngsters and he has a close relationship with them.

But the rising player the Sea Eagles most fear losing - utility Josh Schuster - is not in the Tigers' sights.

"He goes okay but we don't think he is a good fit for us," a Tigers source told Wide World of Sports.

"We do have our eyes on a few others though."


I love that they have quotes from a “tigers source”…. Yeah right!!!
 

XV-1

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globaleagle

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A few years ago someone started a thread to post all the media's 'news' about Manly to have one place to see if it was true or not.

But the amount of b/s broke the site's server.

It's "interesting" that when fox lie, the article is written by "staff writers"....

or Phil...
or anyone from the DT really.
 

DUFFMAN

Bencher
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A pair of talented brothers at the Dragons could be lost to the club next season.

Haele Finau, a 22-year-old hooker, and Sione, a 20-year-old wing/centre, are both Melbourne juniors.

They played their entire careers in the Storm system, shining with Easts Tigers in the Queensland Cup last season, before moving to the Dragons this year in the NSW Cup.

It's believed the Sea Eagles, with not much depth at number nine, are looking at Haele, while several clubs have shown interest in Sione.


They way this is written and most rumour stories they cover their arses.

They could say three bothers could be on the move from Manly next year.
Yeah that’s true if some club comes along and offers them a $7 million a season package deal but that won’t happen but that part isn’t mentioned.

Can also say the Sea Eagles are interested in signing the whole Australian Test team, I’m sure any club would love to except the salary cap stops that (except for the Rosters).
Easily said but has zero truth.

A journalist can write what ever they want, just add the words believe, apparently, alleged or from an unnamed source and they are covered.
 

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